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Black, blanc, beur : rap music and hip-hop culture in the francophone world

@inproceedings{Durand2002BlackBB,
  title={Black, blanc, beur : rap music and hip-hop culture in the francophone world},
  author={Alain-Philippe Durand},
  year={2002}
}
Chapter 1 Foreword: Francophone Hip-Hop as a Colonial Urban Geography Chapter 2 Acknowledgments Chapter 3 Introduction Chapter 4 Two Decades of Rap in France: Emergence, Developments, Prospects Chapter 5 Musical Dimensions and Ways of Expressing Identity in French Rap: The Groups from Marseilles Chapter 6 Common Partitions. Musical Commonplaces Chapter 7 'Why Are We Waiting to Start the Fire?' French Gangsta Rap and the Critique of State Capitalism Chapter 8 Rap and the Combinatorial Logistics… 
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